Saint Nektarios Monastery was founded and established in January 1999 by the reverend Elder Ephraim with the blessing of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. The purpose of the Monastery is to provide a spiritual setting wherein worship and doxology of the Holy Trinity can take place ceaselessly by the resident monks; to be a luminous example of virtue and holy conduct for the faithful; and to preserve the sacred traditions of the Orthodox Church and transmit them to the ensuing generations.
The Inexplicable Glory of Heaven
At a certain monastery there lived a virtuous, God-fearing monk, who having heard the verse in the Psalms that states, “One thousand years before Your eyes, O Lord, is like a day that came to pass” (Ps. 89:4), oftentimes reflected on these words, but was never able to fathom their exact meaning.READ MORE
Apolytikion of Pentecost
Plagal Fourth Mode Chanted by the fathers of the monastery
Due to COVID-19, and in accordance to New York State Executive Orders and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America guidelines, the Monastery remains closed to the public until further notice.